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No, I was just posting a reply. You misunderstood me, that's all.

So you misunderstood me then for being rude as well. Your fault not mine.
post #42 of 68

Look, ExpertJD: if you can't appreciate a conversation, then don't start one.

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So you misunderstood me then for being rude as well. Your fault not mine.

 

Oh, then ask everyone if they think it could be seen as rude. Telling someone things like "and again if you can't read" is rude. It was uncalled for.

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I've never come across someone who took themselves this seriously. doh.gif
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I've never come across someone who took themselves this seriously. doh.gif

 

Yeah. I used to think I took myself too seriously, but I guess not.

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I've never come across someone who took themselves this seriously. doh.gif

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@ TC I don't think it will matter what you say. If you don't say what he wants to hear it won't be right. And he was rude.
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i like that it throttles down so deeply myself, using less power making less heat when it's not doing real work... fire up a game and it clocks all the way up... watch a little netflix and it coasts at idle speeds... wunderbar. I can believe that the system could be ever so slightly more responsive when clicking around in windows if clocks would be up 100% all of the time, but probably below my level of perception.

the more compelling reason (to me) to have it run at constant speed would be for stability. if you're so close to the edge that dynamically changing speeds/voltages introduces opportunities for errors... don't change speeds. i'm not so close to the edge for it to matter.

Thankyou for a more reasonable response for once. I said this isn't for everyone. You may like the down-throttling. I simply said for anyone who doesnt want it to. As for myself. I am running it at the "edge". Im pushing it as for as I can. I dont want it to down-throttle. I have noticed the help in a couple things not for all, To all those people raging how I claim it helps......so who cares if I have? That wasnt the main reason for the post PERIOD.
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Yes as I have said I have noticed this for files of a larger size, more specifically when opening my storage drive which has over 1gb on it no delay vs a few seconds for all the folders to appear. I'm not spreading misinformation. Just because you cant run your computer at max settings because your are worried about power usage and chip life, try reading and paying more attention? What does it matter to you? Did I say you have to listen to my post? No so if you don't have anything positive to say, keep your mouth shut maybe?

OK well lets break this down.

Drives being read has nothing to do with processor speed. Thats dependent on your HDD read speed.

You are spreading misinformation by saying if you disable these OS options your computer will be more "responsive" which isn't true. Therefore misinformation.

This is overclock.net this site promotes overclocking and the pursuit to increase your hardware's performance. All of my components are OC'ed to the best of their ability. I don't run them at full speed at all times because there is no perceivable advantage. BTW my hardware is clocked higher than yours.

what am I missing here? Please explain?

What matters to me is the fact that you are communicating to people who read these forums as "guidance on how to increase performance" and you are just flat out giving them misinformation.

No you didn't but you brought it out on a public forum, PUBLIC forum.

I have nothing positive to say because you haven't given me reason to say anything positive.

I see no need to keep my mouth shut to someone who believes in a Placebo change.
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Folders appearing has less to do with CPU speed than the other "problem" you were trying to describe. Either you're trolling us, or you seriously don't know whats going on. Considering your responses, probably the former.

This.

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i like that it throttles down so deeply myself, using less power making less heat when it's not doing real work... fire up a game and it clocks all the way up... watch a little netflix and it coasts at idle speeds... wunderbar. I can believe that the system could be ever so slightly more responsive when clicking around in windows if clocks would be up 100% of the time, but probably below my level of perception.

I know right that damn perception of "speed"thumb.gif
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Thankyou for a more reasonable response for once. I said this isn't for everyone. You may like the down-throttling. I simply said for anyone who doesnt want it to. As for myself. I am running it at the "edge". Im pushing it as for as I can. I dont want it to down-throttle. I have noticed the help in a couple things not for all, To all those people raging how I claim it helps......so who cares if I have? That wasnt the main reason for the post PERIOD.

You are correct in saying this isn't for everyone.

But you have to understand this isn't running on the "edge" Running on the edge is fighting for stability in the absolute max 24/7 OC you can undertake not running your processor 100% 24/7 just so you can perceive opening folders faster.

as for the rest. its just placebo. I do not know why you cannot understand this.

but I am done. This thread should be locked.
Edited by KuuFA - 4/12/13 at 11:21pm
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Look, ExpertJD: if you can't appreciate a conversation, then don't start one.

Then read the reason for the post an reply to that and not what I have noticed for myself. Quite simple.
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